114 Symposium--Advances In Soil and Vadose Zone Hydrology: The Contributions of Glendon Gee: I

Oral Session
S01 Soil Physics Understanding of soil and vadose zone hydrology, especially recharge, has advanced significantly during the past 40 years because of Dr. Glendon Gee. This symposium is organized to recognize how his career influenced research to characterize soil hydraulic properties and recharge rates, using approaches ranging from laboratory devices to lysimetry. A primary goal is to highlight recent advances and future needs in recharge research. We strongly encourage early career scientists and students who can share their results and show how the work by Gee and his colleagues have guided and/or influenced new thinking in this important area of soil hydrology.


Soil Physics, Soil & Water Management & Conservation
Monday, October 17, 2011: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Henry Gonzalez Convention Center, Room 217C

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Brian Andraski , Michael Fayer , Birl Lowery and W. Dan Reynolds
Brian Andraski , Michael Fayer , Birl Lowery and W. Dan Reynolds
8:45 AM
A Year In the Life of An Agricultural Tile Drain.
David L. Rudolph, University of Waterloo; Steve K. Frey, University of Waterloo; Brewster Conant Jr., University of Waterloo
9:05 AM
9:20 AM
9:35 AM
The Mission of Soil Science in a Changing World.
Daniel Hillel, Columbia University
9:55 AM
10:15 AM
Field and Laboratory Measurements of Unsaturated Zone Hydrologic Response After Wildfire.
Brian A. Ebel, U.S. Geological Survey; John A. Moody, U.S. Geological Survey; Deborah A. Martin, U.S. Geological Survey
11:05 AM
Incorporating Surface, Unsaturated and Saturated Zone Flow Processes In a Fully-Integrated Model to Explore Climate Change Impacts On a Continental Scale.
Edward A. Sudicky, University of Waterloo; Jeremy Chen, University of Waterloo; Young-Jin Park, University of Waterloo; Hyoun-Tae Hwang, University of Waterloo; W. Richard Peltier, University of Toronto
11:25 AM
Lysimeter Percolation Estimates Versus Actual Flux on Earthen Covers.
Ramil G. Mijares, Geosyntec Consultants; Milind V. Khire, Michigan State University
12:00 PM
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